'My Son Committed Unforgivable Sin': Vikas Dubey's Father Supports Police Action

Vikas Dubey was killed in an encounter by the Uttar Pradesh Police after he “tried to flee”

Kanpur (Uttar Pradesh):

“The Uttar Pradesh administration has finished the fitting factor by taking motion towards my son,” mentioned an outdated and feeble Ram Kumar Dubey, father of gangster Vikas Dubey.

The daddy mentioned his son killed eight police officers and it was an unforgivable sin.

“Had he listened to us, his life wouldn’t have ended this manner. Vikas by no means helped us in any manner. As a result of him, even our ancestral property was razed to the bottom. He additionally killed eight policemen, which is an unforgivable sin. The administration has finished the fitting factor. Had they not finished so, tomorrow others would have acted equally,” Ram Kumar informed ANI.

“It’s the chief minister’s responsibility to guard each particular person. The police is an extension of that. He attacked them which can’t be forgiven. I cannot even participate in his cremation,” he added.

Ram Kumar Dubey mentioned that his solely enchantment to the federal government is to permit him entry to his ancestral property now.

Vikas Dubey was cremated at Bhairav Ghat in Kanpur. His spouse, youthful son and brother-in-law had been current and no different member of his household attended the final rites.

Vikas Dubey was arrested by the police in Ujjain on Thursday morning. He was on the run for the final six days and had come to the town to supply prayers at a temple, the place he was recognized by a safety guard.

He was killed in an encounter by the Uttar Pradesh Police earlier at this time after he “tried to flee”.

The gangster was the primary accused within the encounter that occurred in Bikru village in Chaubeypur space of Kanpur final week, by which a bunch of assailants opened fireplace on a police group, which had gone to arrest him.

Eight police personnel had been killed within the encounter.

Vikas Dubey managed to flee after the incident. Uttar Pradesh police had launched a hunt and raised a bounty on him for Rs 5 lakh.

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